Those who want to go free today are part of a growing global trend. They all want to go gluten free. But let’s be honest, while many folks gleefully take part in the healthy habit, are they really that sure why they are buying into it. Don’t automatically assume that everything you see and discover is going to be good for you, and do not be too quick to dismiss everything that is deemed to be bad for you. It may well be that you do not have any of the following gluten sensitivity symptoms.
But even so, there may still be other areas of your life that you may still need to address, like cutting down on your consumption of alcohol and becoming more physically active. Whether you have any of these three symptoms or not, do read on; its useful info for all those who want to go free and especially for those who need to be free. Being free might mean being regular again. Being regular again might mean that you’ve managed to eradicate your big issue of IBT, a regular symptom of gluten sensitivity. And if you’ve been feeling particularly tired lately or your speech is particularly slurred, and you don’t even drink, you might just have an issue with gluten ataxia.
It is an autoimmune neurological condition that causes fatigue and affects muscle coordination that causes further symptoms such as the one just mentioned; not being able to mince your words correctly. It can also cause symptoms of not being able to walk properly and difficulty in swallowing. The wheat allergy symptom is fortunately quite rare but for those who do have such intolerance, the symptoms can be quite unpleasant, ranging from feeling nauseous to experiencing headaches. It can also bring out the best of hives and rashes, but never a pretty sight for those who have it and those who must witness it.
And one regular symptom that could well and truly cause you to be, well, more than regular, but also quite painful, even completely potty, is that of diarrhea. You don’t want that. It could make you go quite batty. Go gluten free then.